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Araújo, S., & Hannachi R. (2019).  Une première expérience de (co)création de (multi)textes numériques : enjeux et défis. Revue de recherches en littératie médiatique multimodale. Vol. 10.,  (1.92 Mo)
D., C., Walker L., & Green T. D. (2015).  The Use of eReaders in the Classroom and at Home to Help Third-grade Students Improve their Reading and English/ Language Arts Standardized Test Scores.
Union, C. D., & Union L. Walker (2015).  The use of ereaders in the classroom and at home to help third-grade students improve their reading and english/language arts standardized tests scores. TechTrends. 59(5), 71-83. (2.36 Mo)
Lai, J-Y., & Chang C-Y. (2011).  User attitudes toward dedicated e-book readers for reading: The effects of convenience, compatibility and media richness.
Thoermer, A., & Williams L. (2012).  USING DIGITAL TEXTS TO PROMOTE FLUENT READING.
Henry, L. A., Castek J., W. O'Byrne I., & Zawilinski L. (2012).  Using peer collaboration to support online reading, writing, and communication: An empowerment model for struggling readers. Reading & Writing Quarterly. 28(3), 279-306.
Bromley, K. (2012).  Using smartphones to supplement classroom reading. The Reading Teacher. 66(4), 340-344.
Villemonteix, F., & Khaneboubi M. (2012).  Utilisation de tablettes numériques (iPad) dans les établissements primaires et secondaires de l’académie de Créteil.
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Ollivier, C. (2013).  Vers une approche interactionnelle en didactique des langues et web 2.0. NumLangues (Séminaire Numérique et langues).  (3.76 Mo)
Schneider, A., & Jeannin M. (2017).  Vers une didactique de l’interculturel fondée sur l’articulation littérature de jeunesse/arts visuels : l’exemple du japon en formation. Revue de recherches en littératie médiatique multimodale. Vol. 6.(décembre),  (520.9 Ko)
Quatrebarbes, S. (2007).  Vous lisez? Et (sic) bien, jouez maintenant. Le livre et la lecture à l’ère numérique.  (910.96 Ko)
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Connors, S. (2013).  Weaving multimodal meaning in a graphic novel reading group. Visual communication. 12(1), 27-53.
Sutherland-Smith, W. (2002).  Weaving the Literacy Web: Changes in Reading from Page to Screen.
Sutherland-Smith, W. (2002).  Weaving the literacy Web : Changes in reading from page to screen. The Reading Teacher. 55(7), 662-669. (297.27 Ko)
Davis, A. W. (2013).  WEB 2.0 Tool & Resource Guide 2013.  (683.25 Ko)
Kuiper, E., Volman M., & Terwel J. (2005).  The Web as an Information Resource in K-12 Education : Strategies for Supporting Students in Searching and Processing Information. Review of Educational Research. 75(3), 285-328.
Sutherland-Smith, W. (2002).  Web-text : perceptions of digital reading skills in the ESL classroom.
Askehave, I., & Nielsen A. Ellerup (2005).  What are the Characteristics of Digital Genres? - Genre Theory from a Multi-modal Perspective.
De Jorge, M-G., & Sanz A. (2009).  What (cyber)reading for the (cyber)classroom?. Neohelicon. 36, 533-550. (676.36 Ko)
de Jorge, M. Goicoechea, & Sanz A. (2009).  What (cyber)reading for the (cyber)classroom?.
Leu, D. J., Zawilinski L., Castek J., Banerjee M., Housand B. C., Liu Y., et al. (2013).  What is new about the new literacies of online reading comprehension. Secondary School Literacy: What Research Reveals for Classroom Practice.
LIU, ALAN. (2012).  Where is cultural criticism in the digital humanities ?.  (166.39 Ko)
Sekeres, D. Carver, Coiro J., Castek J., & Guzniczak L. A. (2014).  Wondering + online inquiry = learning. Phi Delta Kappan. 96(44),  (164.02 Ko)
Baron, N. (2015).  Words Onscreen: The Fate of Reading in a Digital World.. 320.
Walsh, M. (2008).  Worlds have collided and modes have merged : Classroom evidence of changed literacy practices. LiteracyLiteracy. 42, 101-108.

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